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Alleged fraud: Adeherself narrates ordeal at EFCC custody (VIDEO)

Social media influencer, Adedamola ‘Adeherself’ Adewale, says her recent ordeal with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has taken a toll on her.

According to her, the experience was hard and has left her depressed.

Adeherself recently penned a public apology after her ugly encounter in the custody of the EFCC, and speaking on her ordeal in a new video, she explained that her parents and manager got her a therapist from the US but life isn’t quite the same anymore and she’s trying hard to come out of depression.

According to her, the experience made her lose her zeal and she has not been able to make any more skits because the energy isn’t there anymore.

Adedamola Adewale Rukayat also thanked everyone who has been checking up on her, including the celebrities who reach out to her.

Addressing her fans and followers, the influncer said,

“The truth remains that l have been trying my best not to fall into depression and thanks to my parents as well as manager. They went as far as getting a counselor for me from the US. It’s not been easy for me but l have been trying my best not to get down,” she said while battling tears.

“I just want you guys to be patient with me. Social media is not just something that l want to meddle with right now. A lot of things have happened, months have passed, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds. 44 days in the cell was no joke and it’s not something that l will pray for my enemy to go through.

“I have been trying hard, but depression keeps coming. I tried to do videos, skits and others that but it’s not just working. The energy is no longer the same. Depression is real, l won’t lie and l have been trying not to be depressed.”

Watch her speak below;

Adeherself, was arraigned in court by the EFCC on a one-count charge of possession of fraudulent documents, following intelligence received by the EFCC on the activities of some young men allegedly involved in internet fraud in the Lekki axis of Lagos.

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